Here is the install for my CPR on the 950 Adventure. I had already set up my bike so that I only have to remove the right tank for access and work on the carbs. Edit- Forgot to note I got this kit from CJracer. Tank removed ready to start sugery Carbs pulled up out of the way. The hardest part of this job was getting that freaking fuel line off the barbed T. That was one Mother of a task. I ended up cutting off the last 1 inch. With the carbs out of the box there was plenty of fuel line left for a proper connection. Wife holding the carbs up to show all the room. Yes, I put rags back in the ports right after the pic. Supplied X-rings in place I removed the vent hose from the PCV valve and found a scrap piece to clamp on the end to hold the valve to the baseplate. The hose is pushed tight to the plate to provide air sealing. The provided instructions make no mention of this hose. I just figured it out for myself. Filter oiled and in place. I use Maxima FAB-1 oil. Really nasty stuff. Nuttin gets past that stuff. You can see how clear the access is to the carbs now. Note- The drain line from the air-box will be hiding down between the heads. Remember to pull it out. The carb vent line was stuck on the air-box and got put back on with a zip-tie to hold it in place. Tank back on. Glovebox installed. It will be interesting to see the dust pattern on the filter and get an idea of where it really draws air from. I suspect the filter will draw from the front first and then as it gets dirty draw more and more from the back of the filter. Available Airflow may change thru the cleaning cycles. I haven't ridden the bike yet. It has all stock jetting at this time. Warmed up and adjusted the mixture screws. The bike feels really crisp and strong. I'll be sure to keep my self control until some proper jetting is found. Clearly it will want more fuel to go with all that air. I have a nice 26 mile back road ride to/from work. Good place to see how this kit works out.